Traditional Wedding Venues

As the formality and romance of days gone by makes a big return

Traditional Wedding Venues

One of the biggest wedding trends for 2014, inspired by last year's The Great Gatsby and Downton (yes, it's still a craze) is more demand for glamour and less 'bunting'. Think white-gloved waiters, and big band dancing, crystal and gold-rimmed china.  The brides are still longing for that elegance of the roaring twenties. We have already featured many art-deco and 1920s inspired venues so we thought we'd highlight something completely different this time and tell you about the glorious Beaumont Estate which is located in Old Windsor, Berkshire. It has several different rooms for you to hold your wedding, our favourite of which is the unique Chapel with its intricately painted ceiling, soaring up to 50 ft high (and also tapping 

into another new trend, pattern - did we mention that?  We will do - watch out for a whole blog on this trend soon!). It also has a beautiful rose-stained glass window. We think these flowers would go rather well too! If formality is what you want - with a modern twist - then go to Beaumont Estate's listing on the site

 

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